Survey on electrical energy use in Asia office facility and economic analysis through the application of Battery Energy Storage system (BESS)

Kyoungwon Lee, Goopyo Hong, Jun Hong, Byungseon Sean Kim

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Abstract

The battery energy storage system (BESS ENERGY STORAGE SYSTEM) is afford storing electric energy of the light load zone release time of the maximum load that may be referred to enable the device.Technical problems in the past due to cost and practical application of the burden to have had a lot of trouble. Due to recent advances in electric vehicles and energy storage devices, the weight of the product density, and product price declines to bring such products to use the matching conditions favorable due to recent social product is applied in many areas and the study who being accelerated. The installation of the battery energy storage products is the maximum energy load of the building users and the required time for the charges to enable the effective use of energy in the building to ease the economic burden of the users have had the energy to give energy providers the burden on the facility expansion this can be a benefit by reducing each other can be described as a method. In fact, the electrical energy storage facilities near field can be said more, but the actual large office building in the applying existing facilities and use of electrical energy for the estimation of the amount provided by the Institute of Energy Research, public buildings energy relative coefficient is used to obtain and afford the actual usage pattern by comparing the work proceeds. Electric energy savings and light load hours of the base rate and the maximum load of the electric peak shaving time by looking at how much it costs to save energy costs and payback period of the initial investment products see if how much can be said for the research.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publication30th International PLEA Conference
Subtitle of host publicationSustainable Habitat for Developing Societies: Choosing the Way Forward - Proceedings
EditorsRajan Rawal, Sanyogita Manu, Nirmala Khadpekar
PublisherCEPT University Press
Pages247-254
Number of pages8
ISBN (Electronic)9789383184033
Publication statusPublished - 2014
Event30th International on Passive and Low Energy Architecture Conference - Sustainable Habitat for Developing Societies: Choosing the Way Forward, PLEA 2014 - Ahmedabad, India
Duration: 2014 Dec 162014 Dec 18

Publication series

Name30th International PLEA Conference: Sustainable Habitat for Developing Societies: Choosing the Way Forward - Proceedings
Volume3

Conference

Conference30th International on Passive and Low Energy Architecture Conference - Sustainable Habitat for Developing Societies: Choosing the Way Forward, PLEA 2014
CountryIndia
CityAhmedabad
Period14/12/1614/12/18

All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes

  • Energy Engineering and Power Technology
  • Renewable Energy, Sustainability and the Environment

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